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2. Was the puffy bump on the tip of his nose or the ___ of his nose?
5. He could see the bump in his ___ mirror.
6. The puffy ___ was the same color as the rest of his skin.
9. The bump wasn't ___; it was soft.
11. Were harmless___ cells or harmful cancer cells inside the bump?
12. His dad had had ___ cancer, so he thought he might have ___ cancer too.
13. Doctors had ___ out many suspicious spots on his dad's face.
14. Fat cells were okay. How can a little ___ fat be harmful?
15. He ___ to spend a lot of time in the sun. He was ___ to hot, sunny weather.
16. The bump was the same ___ as the rest of his skin.
17. Skin ___ is just one type of ___. ___ kills thousands every year.


1. People use their bathroom ___ to shave and to look at their face.
2. His dad had a lot of suspicious ___s on his face; doctors removed them.
3. Skin cancer often occurs on a person's ___, head, or neck.
4. A doctor might remove ___ spots on your face.
7. He had a soft, ___ bump on the side of his nose.
8. He ___ed the bump, but he didn't feel anything hard.
9. The bump didn't ___ when he touched it; there was no pain.
10. The bump wasn't a ___ color from the rest of his skin; it was the same color.
12. The bump used to be ___er; now it was getting bigger.
16. Cancer ___s are much more dangerous than fat ___s.